Millions of people in Bangladesh have been left homeless by Cylcone Sidr. Aid agencies are trying to get help to them, but it is a huge job.
Aid centres have helped a lot of people, but many of them are in areas that are really difficult to get to with help. Around 500,000 homes have been destroyed.
These schoolchildren are taking advantage of the sun to dry the rain from their books.
Everyone is helping to clean up the mess left behind by the storms, including this elephant. He is helping to clear a roadblock.
The cyclone ripped through Bangladesh on 15 November, flattening villages and more than 3,000 people dead. This man is sweeping up after the storm.
This baby, being cuddled by its grandmother, survived the storm and was named Cyclone.
Officials in Bangladesh helped move hundreds of thousands of people as Cyclone Sidr closed in.
These people travelled through the rain to find shelter from the storm inland.
These villagers were also heading to safety away from the storm.
Lots of people sheltered in specially built cyclone shelters which protect them from the storm. This girl is in a shelter at Mongla port, about 320km south of the capital Dhaka.